OPINION: Global companies must ensure diversity policies are implemented in every country
A staff member at the Sheraton Lagos Hotel, Nigeria said I was disgracing myself for being a man who is married to man
Homophobic remarks by Brazil's president may harm tourism industry
During a talk with reporters on Thursday, Bolsonaro said that Brazil should avoid being known as a gay destination because "we have families"
Multinationals see benefits in Taiwan same-sex marriage
Google, Airbnb, Deutsche Bank, EY, Mastercard and Microsoft have lauded the benefits of same-sex weddings
Rising number of businesses cut ties with Brunei over gay sex death penalty
Banks, travel agents and London's transport network protested Brunei's introduction of death by stoning for gay sex and adultery
Deutsche Bank bans staff from Dorchester hotels after Brunei implements homosexuality laws
Deutsche Bank staff will no longer be able to stay in venues such as The Dorchester and The Beverly Hills Hotel
Google drops LGBT+ 'conversion therapy' app after outcry
The tech company had been suspended from an LGBT+ rights ranking over the Living Hope Ministries app
Grindr defeats appeal over harassment on gay dating app
A U.S. court refused to hold Grindr liable to a man who said his ex-boyfriend used the app to post fake profiles of him
Latam business's bid to woo LGBT+ market casts new light on gay rights
From LGBT+ chambers of commerce to marching in Pride, Latin America's businesses are waking up to the 'pink peso'
Alexa, are you male or female? 'Sexist' virtual assistants go gender-neutral
The voices of 22 transgender and non-binary people were used to create the virtual assistant
LGBT+ inclusion is an economic imperative for Kenya
Discrimination against LGBT+ people costs Kenya as much as $1.3bn annually.